Casting By is the best documentary I've seen in years and an enlightening look into the heart and minds of present-day Hollywood legends. It's a truly fascinating documentary for so many reasons, primarily because of the endless stream of Hollywood icons who eloquently express their love, devotion, and thanks to a remarkable lady who practically invented the occupation of casting director. Marion Daugherty is the woman who people like Pacino, De Niro, Redford, Voight, Hoffman, Travolta, and many others credit for their first big breaks in Hollywood, and it is so refreshing to hear such notable actors think back to when they first started and needed a person like Daugherty in their corner. Casting By is really a film that does so many things, and whether you are an aspiring actor, a film buff, or just simply someone who enjoys engaging and thought provoking documentaries, this film has something for everyone. I loved the stories about how Daugherty pushed for leading actors like Travolta and Voight to get their roles, and the Danny Glover story was truly heartwarming. Let's put it this way, at the end of the film, you hear Robert Redford say he loves Marion, Clint Eastwood thank her for her years of support, and Al Pacino wish that Marion was still working today. It's a brilliant film about not only casting directors and their importance, but also about how Hollywood would not be the same without their vision and artistic guidance. It's an amazing documentary and a must see film for people who love Hollywood.